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Nana Aba Anamoah Backs Shatta Wale In The Ongoing Feud With Burna Boy


It is getting increasingly intense by the minute between Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale and Nigerian superstar Burna Boy.

The two musicians have vowed to get physical with each other anytime they cross paths in which ever country.

What began as a rant from Shatta Wale on stage about Ghanaians supporting Nigerians more than acts from their own country turned ugly when he started receiving attacks from Naija.

Shatta Wale received heavy cyber attacks from many Nigerians but one that matched his response was Burna Boy who attacked his personality saying he does not wish to be a fool at 40 just like Shatta.

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A fued sparked between them when Shatta replied Burna Boy with allegations that the Nigerian musician tried to rape a popular Ghanaian Instagram model identified as Matilda Hipsy.

Ace journalist Nana Aba Anamoah has jumped on the side of Shatta Wale saying the musician is preaching what his colleagues think but are too scared to say.

She made this bold statement while replying to a tweet from a follower asking her to choose between Burna Boy and Shatta Wale.

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The broadcaster said she will side with Shatta Wale all day, all night because he’s spitting exactly what his colleagues think but can’t say.

Many thanks said Nana Aba Anamoah’s post suggests Shatta Wale’s many rants and insults are right and he should have done it earlier.

For those who did not want to assume, they asked her to explain what she meant by Shatta speaking for the cowards in the industry.

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